North Shore Pediatrics, PC is pleased to announce Dr. David O. Danis has been elected as Chief of Pediatrics for Beverly Hospital
Dr. Danis has been on the Medical Staff of Beverly Hospital for close to 20 years and will now be leading the pediatrics department in addition to his duties as a Partner at North Shore Pediatrics. As the 2011 Herrick Award winners, Dr. Danis has been an integral part of Beverly Hospital and has proven his dedication to the care of children on the North Shore. Dr. Danis has also served on the Medical Executive committee and as the PHO Pediatric Leader. The entire staff at North Shore Pediatrics congratulates Dr. Danis and is thrilled to be working with such a caring, excellent physician.
Nutritional Services at North Shore Pediatrics with Pat Engel, RD
North Shore Pediatrics, PC offers a wide range of services regarding nutrition, food, and weight counseling through our Registered Dietitian, Pat Engel. Pat has been with North Shore Pediatrics for many years and has helped countless children and families with leading more healthy lives. Below is an outline of how Pat can help you and your family. If you would like to schedule an appointment with Pat, please call our main number to book an appointment. Most insurance companies do cover nutritional services, however, it may fall under your plans deductible, therefore, we suggest that you contact your insurance company to determine what your benefits are for nutritional services. If you do not have insurance coverage for nutritional services, we are happy to work with you on a payment plan that will allow you to take advantage of this valuable service.
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NSP Welcomes Jamie Swanson, RN, MSN, CPNP
North Shore Pediatrics is please to welcome Jamie Swanson, RN, MSN, CPNP to the Medical Staff as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. Jamie obtained her Master of Science degree in Nursing from Columbia University School of Nursing and her undergraduate degree from Tufts in Psychology and German.
Prior to joining North Shore Pediatrics, Jamie worked in various health care facilities throughout New York gaining experience in primary care, adolescent medicine, pediatric ambulatory surgery and emergency medicine. Jamie will now join our other Nurse Practitioners in providing care to children of all ages and can be see in our office on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
Introducing Dr. Lance R. Goodman
North Shore Pediatrics, PC is please to welcome Dr. Lance R. Goodman to the medical staff.
Dr. Goodman is a Board Certified Pediatrician and graduated from the University Of Virginia School Of Medicine in 1989. Following medical school, Dr. Goodman completed his pediatric residency at Cornell Medical Center in New York.
Since 2005, Dr. Goodman has been Associate Physician at Pediatric Partners in Boca Raton, Florida. In addition to seeing patients in his office, Dr. Goodman has also been Chief of Pediatrics at Boca Raton Community Hospital since 2010. Prior to joining Pediatric Partners, Dr. Goodman was Physician Partner at Sandy Spring Pediatrics in Atlanta, Georgia, where he also served as Chief of Pediatrics at Northside Hospital.
Dr. Goodman has a proven track record of caring for children and adolescents and will be a great addition to our team at North Shore Pediatrics, PC.
North Shore Pediatrics Offers ImPACT Testing
What is ImPACT Testing? ImPACT (Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing) is a computerized brain injury measurement tool for children and teens who have sustained a traumatic brain injury (concussion). Through a series of computerized tests, completed in our office, ImPACT identifies subtle changes in brain function, evaluates post-injury condition, and tracks recovery. By comparing baseline (pre-injury) and post-injury test results, ImPACT can help determine the severity following a concussion.
What age children should get ImPACT tested? How long does the test take?
What Happens When Your Child Turns 18?
Your child turning 18 is an exciting time in any family's life. It means that your son or daughter is moving into adulthood and is probably ready to transition from high school to college or the working world. Among all the changes and excitement that you and your child are going through are changes in the rules and laws governing your child’s health information and medical records.
On your child’s 18th birthday, Federal law dictates that doctors, nurses, and medical offices can no longer discuss your child's health conditions, medical records or illness with the parents. We can only discuss those matters with the patient themselves. When you call to book an appointment, speak with nurse triage or a physician, or request copies of medical records our staff will have to decline your request unless your son or daughter has signed a release giving us permission to discuss these matters.
Your child must be specific in the release as to what information we can discuss and release to you. Your child has the right to notify us that they do not want any information released to parents or only certain information. North Shore Pediatrics has developed a form for your child to complete and sign and return to us. We will keep this form on record in your child's chart and it can stay in effect until it is changed by your child or until he/she has transitioned to an adult care provider.
You may find a printable copy of our form here.